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, but the university police does. it's important to our entire academic environment. so we work hard not only making sure the campus is safe for you but that is appears safe as well." if you spot graffiti or tagging on campus...contact the university police immediately to keep our campus looking its best. future s-j-s-u students with autism may have a chance for a typical college career. tracy hinson says a new blood test may be the key. ">>>these are children with autism in group therapy at the center for speech, language occupational therapy in los altos. most of the children are 2 to 3 years old, but synapdx, a massachusets trial lab, is now developing a blood test for even earlier detection of autism. kristina elliott "early intervention again targets the skills that are necessary for success later on and building those foundational skills for their communication and their social skills." cindy marota, director of the san jose state disability resource center says autism therapy at a young age can be instrumental in collegiate success. cindy marota "the students who have been able to have that e
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